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The development and assessment of a drink-driving campaign : a case study / prepared by Barry Elliott and David South
Bib ID 169929
Format BookBook
Author
Elliott, Barry
 
Description Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1985 
ix, 145 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0644033398
Series

CR ; 26.

Notes

At head of title: Department of Transport, Office of Road Safety.

Aust. Govt. Publ. Service cat. no. 8408253.

Includes bibliographical references.

At head of title: Department of Transport, Office of Road Safety

Subjects Public opinion -- Australia.  |  Drinking and traffic accidents -- Australia -- Public opinion.
Other authors/contributors South, David (David R.)  |  Australia. Office of Road Safety

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